The latest book in the Smartest series by New York Times best-selling author, Daniel Solin.
p>Dan Solin has garnered a legion of fans with his international bestselling Smartest series of books. These books, and his widely read blogs on USNews.com and The Huffington Post, established him as a leading investor advocate. In his Smartest series of books, Solin showed you how to invest based on sound, peer-reviewed evidence. Hundreds of thousands of readers fundamentally changed the way they invested based on his advice. Now Solin is about to transform sales. Forget everything you have heard about walking on hot coals, thinking positively, repeating mantras (are you really “better every day” just by saying it?), and following scripts like “if they say this, you say that.” In this meticulously researched and ground-breaking audiobook, Solin demonstrates there is only one way to sell. It's simple to understand and easy to implement. The principles he sets forth will markedly increase your ability to close sales.
The impact of this book far transcends closing sales. Based on compelling research, Solin shows how his strategies will also enhance the overall quality of your life, improve your health, lessen anxiety and increase your level of happiness. Best of all, Solin's writing style is simple. The chapters are short and easy to understand.
It doesn't matter if you are selling financial services, cars or washing machines. If you're one of the millions of Americans selling a service or product, your life will be changed by the savvy, empowering information in The Smartest Sales Book You'll Ever Read.
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Someone interested in getting therapy to improve their happiness in life. (Really! That's in the book)
Only if he is reading someone else's material.
everything after the table of contents
I never thought that I would ever write a bad review, but this book offered absolutely nothing of value to increase a salesman's closing rate.